Series: Decades of the 20th Century in Color

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The 1900s From Teddy Roosevelt to Flying Machines (Decades of the 20th Century in Color) by Stephen Feinstein
The 1910's From World War I to Ragtime Music (Decades of the 20th Century in Color) by Stephen Feinstein
The 1920s from Prohibition to Charles Lindbergh (Decades of the 20th Century) by Stephen Feinstein
The 1930s from the Great Depression to the Wizard of Oz (Decades of the 20th Century in Color) by Stephen Feinstein
The 1950s from the Korean War to Elvis (Decades of the 20th Century in Color) by Stephen Feinstein
The 1960s from the Vietnam War to Flower Power (Decades of the 20th Century in Color) by Stephen Feinstein
The 1970s: From Watergate to Disco (Decades of the Twentieth Century.) by Stephen Feinstein
The 1980s from Ronald Reagan to MTV (Decades of the 20th Century in Color) by Stephen Feinstein
The 1990s from the Persian Gulf War to Y2k (Decades of the 20th Century in Color) by Stephen Feinstein

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